Discussion in 'Photography & Technology' started by Steve, Jul 23, 2013.
Here's a sunset from Fraser Island last year to start it off.
It's nice to stare at isn't it... The guys fishing add to the scene of tranquility and it makes you want to be there with feet in the water wetting a line as the sun goes down.
I know this isn't great photography (but it is a sunset pic ) I took this with my mobile phone when we were on our cruise to NZ in January - it's in the middle of the Tasman Sea.
i didn't even see this thread, great idea! Nice pics!! now i have to go search my pics
Lets try a sunrise this time. I generally find a sunset has better colours than a sunrise but this particular sunrise i took from my front yard earlier this year changed my thoughts on that a bit. And to be honest, I'm more likely to be awake during a sunset than a sunrise so my odds of getting a good sunrise are low at best. Cheers
That's a good shot hey! So it shows you don't have to go to Uluru to get colour changes just pick the right time in your backyard well done...
Lucky you don't live next door to that fella with the 40 solar panels
Just got home from work today and looked up to see this biblical sunset.
I felt like the hand of God was about to reach out.
That's a great shot! Nice colours for a desk top background - fire red looks like central Australia.
yeah that's off the front cover of the messenger magazine
This mornings effort down at the Redcliffe Jetty...
Sunrise at Redbank at Port Augusta, SA
Same place, same time but we turned around and saw the sun lighting up the clouds behind us on the rail bridge. Pays to look in all directions.
The famous Rock. it is packed at sunset with people lining the fence in the sunset viewing area. This was taken down the road a little away from the crowds.
Sun set at the Sculpture Symposium at the Living Desert at Broken Hill. Again it was packed with people, apparently it's the place to have wine and cheese and watch the sunset. We did go there for sunrise in the freezing cold and were the only crazy people to do so and had the place to ourselves.
Some outback ones to finish off with
My goodness! I loved all of those photos it's amazing how vivid you can get the colours especially those outback reds and yellows! Just magic....
20,000 people at the Anzac Dawn Service - Redcliffe. A very impressive sight.
Lovely! Where was that shot taken from?
I was out on the end of the jetty. (There's a photo of the jetty a few posts up in this thread)
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